大津波とその教訓<br>Tsunami Events and Lessons Learned : Environmental and Societal Significance (Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research)

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Tsunami Events and Lessons Learned : Environmental and Societal Significance (Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research)

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This book is a collective effort by world experts, bringing together assorted contributions presented during the Ocean Science Session OS-017, of the AOGS-AGU Joint Assembly held in Singapore in 2012 (the Asia Tsunami and Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami events). The chapters cover assessment, evaluation, forecast and lessons learned as well as environmental and societal impacts of the latest tsunamis that occurred in the Indian Ocean in 2004 and the Pacific Ocean in Japan 2011.The book is aimed at experts, scientists and decision makers seeking recent updated information, knowledge and experiences to better understand, quantify, forecast and protect coastal water resources, ecosystems, communities and human settlements which are often affected by tsunamis.

Table of Contents

    1 The Tsunami and Earthquake in Miyagi         1  (54)
Prefecture and Sanriku 2011--2012: An
Vicente Santiago-Fandino
2 Assessment and Modeling of Dispersal 55 (34)
Contamination Incoming with Submarine
Groundwater Discharge (SGD) in Tsunami
Affected Coastal Areas
Y.A. Kontar
K.A. Korotenko
V. Santiago-Fandino
3 Tsunami Inundation Modeling of the 2011 89 (10)
Tohoku Earthquake Using Three-Dimensional
Building Data for Sendai, Miyagi
Prefecture, Japan
Toshitaka Baba
Narumi Takahashi
Yoshiyuki Kaneda
Yasuyuki Inazawa
Mariko Kikkojin
4 Numerical Simulation of Coastal Sediment 99 (14)
Transport by the 2011 Tohoku-Oki Earthquake
Daisuke Sugawara
Tomoyuki Takahashi
5 NOAA's Historical Tsunami Event Database, 113(16)
Raw and Processed Water Level Data, and
Model Output Relevant to the 11 March 2011
Tohoku, Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
Paula Dunbar
Marie Eble
George Mungov
Heather McCullqugh
Erica Harris
6 Tsunami Simulations in the Western 129(18)
Pacific Ocean and East China Sea from the
Great Earthquakes Along the Nankai-Suruga
Tomoya Harada
Kenji Satake
7 Impacts of Tsunami Events on Ecosystem 147(14)
Services Provided by Benthic
Macro-Invertebrate Assemblages of Marine
Coastal Zones
Gwynne S. Rife
8 Discussion About Tsunami Interaction with 161(16)
Fringing Coral Reef
Jean Roger
Bernard Dudon
Yann Krien
Narcisse Zahibo
9 Ecological Status of Sandy Beaches After 177(16)
Tsunami Events: Insights from Meiofauna
Investigations After the 2011 Tohoku-oki
Tsunami, Sendai Bay, Japan
Katarzyna Grzelak
Witold Szczucinski
Lech Kotwicki
Daisuke Sugawara
10 Impact of Tsunami Inundation on Soil 193(22)
Salinisation: Up to One Year After the 2011
Tohoku-Oki Tsunami
Catherine Chague-Goff
Henri K.Y. Wong
Daisuke Sugawara
James Goff
Yuichi Nishimura
Jennifer Beer
Witold Szczucinski
Kazuhisa Goto
11 Estimating the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami 215(10)
Wave Height and Period from Boulders'
Distribution at Pakarang Cape, Thailand
Kazuhisa Goto
Kiyohiro Okada
Fumihiko Imamura
12 A Note on Imbricated Granite Boulders on 225(18)
NW Penang Island, Malaysia: Tsunami or
Storm Origin?
Sharad Master
13 Effects of Tsunami Wave Erosion on 243(12)
Natural Landscapes: Examples from the 2011
Tohoku-oki Tsunami
Goro Komatsu
Kazuhisa Goto
Victor R. Baker
Takashi Oguchi
Yuichi S. Hayakawa
Hitoshi Saito
Jon D. Pelletier
Luke McGuire
Yasutaka Iijima
14 Concatenated Hazards: Tsunamis, Climate 255(16)
Change, Tropical Cyclones and Floods
Tom Beer
Debbie Abbs
Oscar Alves
15 Domino Effects and Industrial Risks: 271(38)
Integrated Probabilistic Framework -- Case
of Tsunamis Effects
Ahmed Mebarki
Sandra Jerez
Igor Matasic
Gaetan Prodhomme
Mathieu Reimeringer
Vincent Pensee
Quang Anh Vu
Adrien Willot
16 Destruction Patterns and Mechanisms of 309(12)
Coastal Levees on the Sendai Bay Coast Hit
by the 2011 Tsunami
Tatsuki Iida
Akira Mano
Keiko Udo
Hitoshi Tanaka
17 Damage and Reconstruction After the 2004 321(14)
Indian Ocean Tsunami and the 2011 Tohoku
Anawat Suppasri
Abdul Muhari
Prasanthi Ranasinghe
Erick Mas
Fumihiko Imamura
Shunichi Koshimura
18 Tsunami-Deck: A New Concept of Tsunami 335(12)
Vertical Evacuation System
Abdul Muhari
Fumihiko Imamura
Shunichi Koshimura
19 Identifying Evacuees' Demand of Tsunami 347(12)
Shelters Using Agent Based Simulation
Erick Mas
Bruno Adriano
Shunichi Koshimura
Fumihiko Imamura
Julio H. Kuroiwa
Fumio Yamazaki
Carlos Zavala
Miguel Estrada
20 Multiple Wave Arrivals Contribute to 359(18)
Damage and Tsunami Duration on the US West
Aggeliki Barberopoulou
Mark Randall Legg
Edison Gica
Geoff Legg
21 Improving Tsunami Resiliency: 377(10)
California's Tsunami Policy Working Group
Charles R. Real
Laurie Johnson
Lucile M. Jones
Stephanie Ross
22 Preliminary 2013 Solomon Islands 387(12)
Earthquake and Tsunami Data Report and
Historical Retrospective
Paula Dunbar
George Mungov
Laura Kong
Heather McCullough
Erica Harris
23 2004 Tsunami in Southern Thailand, 399(18)
Lessons Learned for the Thai Communities
Passakorn Pananont
Raykha Srisomboon
24 Understanding Challenges at the 417(18)
"Last-Mile" in Developing an Effective Risk
Communication to Reduce People's
Vulnerability in Context of Tsunami Early
Warning and Evacuation
Neysa J. Setiadi
25 The Great East Japan Earthquake and 435(16)
Tsunami Aftermath: Preliminary Assessment
of Carbon Footprint of Housing
Cui Pan
Haibo Wang
Shaopeng Huang
Haihua Zhang
Index 451